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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by, the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper Member) Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief OVERTON JONES Managing Editor BRIEL KEPPLER Sports Editor DAVIS EWELL Copy Editor LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editors SHERRARD RICE, RICHARD LANCASTER Club Editor RUSSELL TATE Reporters Edith Deyerle, Re* Jones, Nancy Gathright, Tate Irving, Florence Shepard, Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Davis Ewell, Gene Austin, Hurley Cawthorne, Majorie Crawford, Christine Edwards, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walke, Albert Toon, Annadale Graeter, Clarence Perkins. Typists Mrs. Ellett's Typing 4 Class and Katherine Dean Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate Irvine Advertising Manager Warden Hartman, Leon Layarus, Channing Pace, Neville - Ross, Bill Carr,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1932

Island, Scene of Justice—Saint Clash J. M. Eleven Plays Glass In 0-0 Game Blue and White Threatens In Last Half; Fumbling Prevents Their Tallying Toon Barely Misses Scoring Touchdown Lynchburg Rooters Attend Encounter On Home Field; Applaud Griddists Lustily BY J. DAVIS EWELL A scoreless tie was the result in a game played at Lynchburg, October 15, between John Marshall and Glass High Schools. About 1,000 Lynchburg rooters attended the scoreless game. Fumbles Numerous John Marshall outplayed the Lynchburgers in every department, but fumbles hurt their chances of registering a mark. The closest threats of the Mairshallite eleven came in the second and final periods. Taking the ball from mid-field to the six-yard stripe, the Justices looked at if they were going to score ~but lost the ball on a fumble. On the kick-off Doug Holland, first string end, received an injury in his ribs. It was thought that there was a fracture, but after an examination the doctor found only a bruise. He was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1932

Page Four Special Clubs Announce Officers and Mascots For Coming Year Definite Plans For Coming Activities Are Made Known; Bootsies Will Have Progressive Skating Party; Idmas Take Trip BOOTSIE NEWS The Bootsies held their weekly rally last Tuesday night at the Troutners' house. Plans were discussed for a progressive skating party. The date for the big event was set for Saturday, October 22. The club wishes to congratulate the new officers of the senior class, including our own member and president, Myitis Elliott. While congratulations are in order, we want to congratulate ouorselves on being fortunate enough to keep Hecker as our mascot for another year. We were convinced last year that no one could be quite as good mascot as Hecker. ACE GOSSIP Let's give three cheers for our new members and mascot. Jimmie Turner is the mascot and the new members are Virginia Bannister, Gladys Nunnally, Minnie Loyd, and Louise Woodall. The Aces certainly do miss Patty Kidder. By the way, the next m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 1932

EDUCATION WEEK Vol. VI. No. 3 Distinguished Speakers Will Appear Here Education Week Will Bring Dr. F, W. Boatwright Before Senior Assembly Monday R. M. C. President Will Make Address Dr. R. C. Blackwell, WellKnown Educator, Will Entertain Junior Assembly Education Week, which is celebrated yearly by the whole nation, will be observed in John Marshall High School during the Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning assemblies for the week of November 7-11. On Monday morning Dr. F. W. Boatwright, the president of the University of Richmond, will speak to the senior assembly concerning education. Dr. R. E. Blackwell the president of Randolph-Macon College will speak before the junior assembly on Wednesday. Dr. W. Taliaferro Thompson of the Union Theological Seminary was invited for Friday morning, but as he had other engagements, he had to decline. Who will speak at this assembly is not yet known. Mr. James C. Harwood has arranged to have shown, during assembly, slides which show many ver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA t s (Newspaper f J Member] Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief OVERTON JONES Managing Editor BRIEL KEPPLER Sports Editor DAVIS EWELL Copy Editor LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editors SHERRARD RICE, RICHARD LANCASTER Club Editor RUSSELL TATE Reporters Edith Deyerle, Rex Jones, Nancy Gathright, Tate Irving, Florence Shepard, Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Davis Ewell, Gene Austin, Hurley Cawthorne, Majorie Crawford, Christine Edwards, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walke, Albert Toon, Annadale Graeter, Clarence Perkins. Typists Mrs. Ellett's Typing 4 Class and Katherine Dean Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate Irvine Advertising Manager Warden Hartman, Leon Layarus, Channing Pace, Neville Ross, Bill ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 1932

Benedictine Meets Justices Today Marshallite Eleven Meet Benedictine Eddie Gill Will Be Unable To Play Due To Injuries Received Last Saturday Benedictine Weaker Now Than Last Year Wallmeyer And Hecker Lead Respective Teams Friday In Prep Gridiron Classic John Marshall today, at the Island, will seek revenge of its defeat by Benedictine last year. Benedictine is not as strong as it was last year or at the first of the season, so it is said by some. Jack Brannan, a Benedictine star, was killed in an automobile accident and the Greenies have felt the loss of this valuable player. Benedictine is led by Captain Freddy Wallmeyer, a smashing fullback who received commendable comment from all the grid mentors last ""season. McGuire's defeated Benedictine last week at the Island. Benedictine has no victories and three defeats in the City Title race. John Marshall has appeared very strong this year but has had quite a bit of hard luck. Eddie Gill, captain of the Marshallite eleven and all-sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 1932

Page Four Clubs Announce More New Bids Duckies Start Who's Who Series Successful Progressive Skating Party Held By Bootsies; Swastikas Hold Initial Meeting Of Year; Mascot Picked By Monx BOOTSIE NEWS The Booksies held a progressive skating party last Saturday night. Dancing went on at Nancy's until 12 :00. Ask Troutner how to play Paul Jones (if you're not well up on the subject.) Mc Lemore didn't skate because she complained of a bad ankle. I call that a lame excuse. Kitty Soyars and Buddie Grattan, where did you learn how to skate ? Ask Gene if she doesn't think the Gamma Taus have a nice bunch of boys. Slaughter knows how to make good punch. They tell me a certain young lad from Southside goes for our president in a big way. How about it, Myrt? Remember—High vs. Benedictine this afternoon. DEMON DOIN'S Hello everybody! The Demons just want to let you know that they are planning bigger and better things this year, including parties and teas. We have already scheduled a bridge part...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 November 1932

To Newport News Vol. VI. High School Pupils Speak Before 5,500 Three Schools Represented Before Throng In Address For The Community Fund Member Of English Parliament is Present Lady Nancy Astor, Native Of Virginia, Talks; Governor Pollard Addresses Rally Representing the youth of the city, three Richmond high school students spoke at the opening meeting of the Richmond Community Fund campaign at the Mosque, Thursday, November 10. Overton Jones of John Marshall, Helena Carrington of Armstrong High School, and Stuart Crawford of Thomas Jefferson, speaking in the order named, received much applause from the crowd of 5,500 interested listeners. The meeting, which was attended by Richmonders, young and old, white and colored, was begun at 7:30 p. m. with a thirty-minute concert by the Richmond Light Infantry Blues' Band. At eight o'clock the audience stood and applauded as the band played "Dixie," while representatives of all the scout troops in Richmond marched acrow the stage carrying ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 November 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA (Newspaper I Member) Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief OVERTON JONES Managing Editor BRIEL KEPPLER Sports Editor DAVIS EWELL Copy Editor LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editors SHERRARD RICE, RICHARD LANCASTER Club Editor RUSSELL TATE Reporters Edith Deyerle, Rex Jones, Nancy Gathright, Tate Irving, Florence Shepard, Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Davis Ewell, Gene Austin, Hurley Cawthorne, Majorie Crawford, Christine Edwards, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walke, Albert Toon, Annadale Graeter, Clarence Perkins. Typists Mrs. Ellett's Typing 4 Class and Katherine Dean Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate Irvine Advertising Manager Warden Hartman, Leon Layarus, Channing Pace, Neville Ross, Bill Carr, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 November 1932

Thanksgiving Game —Newport News Thankgiving Will See Old Rivals Meet Justices Will Play Newport News High In Hard Fought Game; Big Crowd Expected Special Rates Given By Peninsular Buses Cadet Corp Will Not Attend Game In a Body This Year; Groups Are Planning To Go Thanksgiving Day is almost here, and John Marshall will meet its old rival Newport News High School at Newport News. This game has always drawn a big crowd, and much interest has been created in the rivalry between the two schools. Last year they fought to a 7 to 7 tie which was the same as a victory for John Marshall because their season had been spotty. The play that broke the heart of the Shipbuilders was that of Stumpy Bryant's 45-yard run for a touchdown which was called back for a penalty. Both teams have been waiting for this game, and both always play their best in the Turkey Day classic. Newport News' season has not been as successful as the Justices', but the team will put up a plenty hard fight. Last year they w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 November 1932

Page Four Cavalier Club Holds Dance Here; Hi-Y Chooses Duckies Meet Frogs On Weiner Roast At Bosher's Dam; Two New Bids Given By Swastika Club; Aces Make Hike Plans CAVALIER NOTES At a meeting held at "Sweeney" Kennedy's home, the alumni and and new bids met in a sumptuous gathering. Charlie Geyer, Alton Thomas, (sergeants, by the way) and Russell Tate accepted bids to the club and were introduced the meeting. Plans and arrangements for a cabin party were enthusiastically made. The big doing, however, was the plan for the Cavaliers' Thanksgiving Dance, November 22, at the Richmond Winter Garden. We'll see you there. Incidently, the Cavaliers are living up their name. Seen often together are Kennedy and Jean Ballard, "Audrey Ross and "Nita," and Wingfield and Martha. ACE NEWS Well, the Aces are planning bigger and better things. Under the leadership of our new president, the Aces are "going to town." Miss Elizabeth Fleet has invited all of the Aces and "dates" to come to her house th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 December 1932

Jump On Jefferson Vol. VI. Students To Present Cup In Assembly Mayo, Keppler, Jones, Tate, Brandis Represent School At W. and L. Press Meet Presentation of the awards which The Marshal lite and The Monocle won at Washington and Lee is scheduled for Monday's assembly. These cups were given the publications of John Marshall in Class A high -schools. The Marthallite won first place among the annuals, while The Monocle doubled the honor for this school by bringing home the cup awarded for high school newspapers. As this school's representatives at the Southern Interscholastic Press Association Buford Brandis, Overton Jones, Briel Keppler, Howard Mayo, and Russell Tate made the trip to Lexington. Returning they outlined and explained the events that took place from time to time during the convention. Slept In "Frat" House "While at Washington and Lee we slept in a fraternity house just like real college students," said Briel. "And we could stay out as late as we liked, too. Whenever we s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 December 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA , , (Newspaper 1 Member) Entered as second-class matter Sept. 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief OVERTON JONES Managing Editor BRIEL KEPPLER Sports Editor DAVIS EWRLL Copy Editor . LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editors SHERRARD RICE, RICHARD LANCASTER Club Editor RUSSELL TATE Reporters Edith Deyerle, Rex Jones, Nancy Gathright, Tate Irving, Florence Shepard, Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Davis Ewell, Gene Austin, Hurley Cawthorne, Majorie Crawford, Christine Edwards, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walke, Albert Toon, Annadale Graeter, Clarence Perkins. Typists Mrs. Elletfs Typing 4 Class and Katherine Dean Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate Irvine Advertising Manager Warden Hartman, Leon Layarus, Channing Pace, Neville Ross, Bill C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 December 1932

Football Season Ends Tomorrow! • > ✓ Ship Builders WinGameOn Thanksgiving Newport New 9 Surprisingly Defeats Justices Before Small Crowd On Warm Day In the annual Turkey Day Classic at Newport News, Newport News High School defeated the Justice team by the score of 12 to o in their twelfth conflict. The Blue and White team was favored to win, but the Ship Builders turned the tables on all predictions. Adams and Ward were responsible for Newport News' touchdowns in the first and third periods respectively. Very Warm Day The weather was not at all suitable for a football game as the thermometer had risen since Tuesday. The fans came prepared for a cold day with overcoats and blankets but needed neither. The beginning of the first quarter was a punting duel between the two teams, but late in this period the Justices took the ball to the Shipbuilders' 15-yard line, only losing the ball on downs. From this point the Blue and Orange put on a sustained drive to their opponents' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 December 1932

Page Four Bachelor Club 'Pos Cavalier Dance Very Successful Idmas To Have Cabin Party And Invite New Members; Bootsies' Trip To Matoaka Lodge Friday; Scotties Enjoy Holiday SCOTTIES Instead of raining pies and cakes, it rained cats and dogs la9t Saturday morning, so the pie and cake sale was called off. The Scotties plan to plan another at sometime soon. Although the club didn't do anything during the holidays as a whole, the different members did. Mary Roy went to see Dickee in Lynchburg and had a glorious time. Curley stayed at home, and danced, and went to movies. Frances Sharf didn't do a thing but serve at a church supper. Feature that. The Scotties are going to have a card party at some time during Christmas vacation. BACHELOR BITS Hail to thee, our friend of old! To write like this seems rather bold. We've had a house party —I won't say where; And all our friends with us were there; Some acted natural while others played the fool; The night was just perfect,, and not too cool...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 December 1932

Join M Vol. VI. No. 6 Mid-Term Dance Given Last Friday Joe Gianini Surprise Feature Of Junior-Senior Dance In George Wythe Gymnasium Moving underneath blue, green, and yellow streamers to the rhythm of one of Richmond's popular orchestras, juniors and sophomores of High School danced at their mid-term dance last Friday in the Wythe gym. Happy feet and joyous laughter filled the gym as gay couples glided over the floor. Miss Eva Tatum and Miss Elise Stephenson beamed down on their respective classes and received in return smiles and greetings. Seniors Invited Among the seniors invited to the dance were Martha Ellis and Gordon Rogers, Marjorie Moore and Ray Seigfried, Charles Yonker, Betty Allison and Buford Brandis, Bill Sullivan, Duncan Hawley, senior president, and Ed Odell, senior treasurer. "Who'd you bring, Stuart?" asked an inquiring voice. Stuart Harrison without looking around said, "I brought and seeing the reporter slyly slip a notebook and pencil from his pocket leaned ove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 December 1932

Page Two THE MONOCLE (Established 1939) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA fewer Mem ber) Entered as second-class matter Sept. xB, 1929, at the post* office at Richmond, Va., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief OVERTON JONES Managing Editor BRIEL KEPPLER Sports Editor DAVIS EWELL Copy Editor LOUISE THOMPSON Feature Editor MARTHA ELLIS News Editors SHERRARD RICE, RICHARD LANCASTER Club Editor RUSSELL TATB Reporters Edith Deyerle, Rex Jones, Nancy Gathright, Tate Irving, Mildred Vick, John Wingfield, Davis Ewell, Gene Austin, Hurley Cawthorne, Marjorie Crawford, Margaret Harris, Edward Mckenna, Conrad Mcßee, Kathryn Smith, Edwin Thornton, John Walke, Clarence Perkins. Typists Ethel Brown, Genevieve Cornish, Elizabeth Henderson, Ellen Holman, Lillian Nunnally, Virginia Lee Priddy, Elizabeth Tate, Doris Womack, Lewis Blank, and Katherine Dean. Charles Yonker Business Manager Tate Irvine Advertising Manager Warden Hartman, Leon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 December 1932

Basketball Practice Under Way! Preparation Started For Justice Five Candidates Reply To CSoach Hobson Snead's Call For Berths On Justice Quintet Basketball practice has begun. Coach Hobson Snead called his candidates last Wednesday. There are three lettermen returning this year for the Justice quintet. The Justices this year will have to defend two titles which they won last year. The city Championship was won by a clean sweep of the city's prep schools. Benedictine was the runner up. The loss of Alex Grossman, Ty Tuck, Herman Taylor, and Jake Fratkin will be felt by the Justices' team. Grossman and Fratkin are now attending the Medical College of Virginia, while Tuck is at the University of Richmond. Three Lettermen The three lettermen returning for the 1933 season are Captain Bob Ridout, Ferdinand Ebel, and Eddie Gill. Ridout last season was all-city center but probably will be shifted to forward. Ebel, another center, will probably resume his duties at center since Ridout is suit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 December 1932

Page Four Monx Plan Holiday H Skating Parties Cavalier CSlub Enjoys Successful Skating Party; Hi-Y Club To Have Holiday Party Soon; Bootsies Plan Big Tea CAVALIER NOTES The Cavaliers followed up their dance with a swelegant date party at "Weeney" Kennady's house. The party opened with a game of "Murder" and closed with "Truth and Consequences," and what went on in between no one knows. Gladys Slaughter, Martha Ellis, Kitty Collier, Jean Ballard, Marjorie Moore, and Nancy Crawford were present so we were bound to have a good time. Everyone was disappointed that Nita couldn't come. Mrs. Woodham was on deck to chaperon her husband. Where was Ellis between eleven and one-thirty? Moore likes hay-rides. Collier will show you a card trick. Dunnington and Crawford pulled some of this Harlow-Gable stuff for us. ACE GOSSIP Well, the Aces have at last come to a decision concerning their meetings. Yeah-voted on 'n everything. They will take place the first Sunday.afternoon in every month. The i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 January 1933

NOMINATE Vol. VI. No. 7 Senior "Who's Who" Contest Begins Today First Ballot In This Issue; Distinctive Types Of Boys And Girls Will Be Chosen Who is the prettiest girl in the senior class? Who is the handsomest senior bejr? The Marshallite must know immediately! and for this reason is running a "Who's Who" nomination ballot in this issue of The Monocle. This year the ballot differs somewhat from those of former years. There will be eight different divisions, each containing one person, a boy or a jprl. In the first division you vote for the prettiest senior girl; in the second division, for the handsomest senior boy. But in the other six divisions the candidates may be either boys or girls. Candidates Must Be Seniors Candidates for the contest must be senior boys or girls, and can be nominated by any student in the two schools. Any candidate receiving as many as ten votes will be eligible for the final ballot, which will appear in the following issue of The Monocle. A ballot appear...

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